Having already qualified for Euro 2016 next summer England complete their qualification programme in the next week at home to Estonia on Friday night and away to Lithuania next Monday

Recommendations v Estonia

Harry Kane & Wayne Rooney both to score is 29/20 (William Hill)

England (-1 Handicap) is 1/2 (SkyBet)

Estonia play England in their ninth Euro Qualifying game this Friday. With qualification from the group already secured by England, they will have no pressure coming into this one and should be able to play free-flowing football. However, for Estonia, qualification is still in reach and a win in this game would take them closer to a play-off spot, though that would require Slovenia, currently in third in the group, slipping up against Lithuania or (even more unlikely) San Marino in their last two games.

England have won all 8 qualification games in Group E and if Wayne Rooney continues his great goal scoring form for England, they should have no issues winning this one here. Rooney has only failed to score in 2 of the last 10 England games he has featured in, scoring 9 goals in total. Harry Kane has scored in his last 2 games for England and he could be a threat in this game too.

As for Estonia, they suffered a defeat to Slovenia in their last game and will have to leapfrog both Slovenia and Switzerland if they are to qualify. They were beaten by England at home in the reverse fixture of this game, and it will clearly be a struggle to get anything from this game here.

Recommendations

Harry Kane & Wayne Rooney both to score is 29/20 (William Hill)

England (-1 Handicap) is 1/2 (SkyBet)

To conclude the group England travel to Lithuania to play on Monday. England beat Lithuania 4-0 in the home fixture and the hosts hopes of reaching the play offs are even more remote than Estonia’s and will be extinguished if they fail to win in Slovenia on Friday night. Before beating San Marino last time out, Lithuania had lost their last five internationals, scoring one goal in the process. A comfortable England win is expected